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Korg micro user reviews

  • Korg microSAMPLER

    Korg microSAMPLER - "Easy to use Sampling Keyboard"


    Pro: Recessed Knobs, Ease of Use. Battery Powered, Lightweight but rugged, Sample Transfer to/from Computer via USB. Free Sample Editor, Bonus free Sample Library as download via Korg Website, Flash Ram keeps Your Creations even when Batteries are em…

  • Korg microKEY 37

    Korg microKEY 37 - ""Your best travel midi companion""


    The Korg MicroKey is a USB - bus powered midi keyboard that comes in 3 different key - options. 1) Original 37 key model. 2) 25 key model. 3) 5 octave 61 key model. The keys are extremely velocity and touch sensitive, which is one of the mai…

  • Korg microKONTROL

    Korg microKONTROL - "Pretty, compact, useful." has images


    Midi controllers, midi controllers everywhere! o/ I chose this particular one because of it's small size, which fits perfectly on my desk just front of my qwerty keyboard. It also features all of the standard controls you'd expect in bigger contr…

  • Korg microKEY 37

    Korg microKEY 37 - "I love to use it"


    I love its compact size because it doesn't take up too much space on a desk. The keys are big enough to play them. Very easy to use. USB connections UTILIZATION Nice and responsive piano keys. I'm not a pianist, I have two pianos but only for b…

  • Korg microKEY 37

    Korg microKEY 37 - "The best mobile keyboard for leads"


    It was launched in July 2013. I needed a small, 3-octave keyboard to accompany my M-Audio Axiom 49 (with the goal of playing pads and accompaniments on the 4-octave M-Audio but most of the leads on a small, sensitive, 3-octave keyboard with mini-keys…

  • Korg microKEY 37

    Korg microKEY 37 - "Good size and nice playing feel"


    I bought it due to its size. I didn't have the space for a 49-key keyboard, besides, I'm not a pianist. But 25 keys is not enough. The 37-keys format is a good compromise. The MIDI connection via USB is a good point given the built-in hub that I …

  • Korg microKORG XL+ Classic

    Korg microKORG XL+ Classic - "Go Limited Edition"


    The MicroKorg XL can be purchased in a few different versions and colors. I have the limited Edition all black MicroKorg and it cost 515 dollars brand new. It has 37 keys and comes with a built in 16 band vocoder. There are a total of 128 sounds on …

  • Korg microARRANGER

    Korg microARRANGER - "Perfect for a first workstation synth"


    The Korg microArranger is a 61 key professional workstation synth. It is one of the more affordable keyboards that I can actually say that I enjoyed working with from start to finish because most synths in this range are pretty dull. The keys on this…

  • Korg microKORG

    Korg microKORG - "Classic"


    The MicroKorg is an analog synth with a built on microphone and 8 band vocoder. I have had the MicroKorg since 2007 and I still use it a lot. There are 128 programs with a total of 4 voices. It is very portable because it is light and small plus ve…

  • Korg microSAMPLER

    Korg microSAMPLER - "Small, but effective, pocket sampler"


    It's pretty weird of Korg to create such a device in these times when everything is done with a computer. In the end, this is what anyone may be wondering with this Microsampler ─ the umpteenth version of the very lucrative Micro series of the Japane…